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# codeforces educational round problem d

 0 can anyone tell me how to solve this problem http://codeforces.com/contest/903/problem/D asked 12 Dec '17, 23:22 23●5 accept rate: 0%

 3 I solved it in a straightforward way. The number of times we add $a_i$ to the total sum is simply the number of elements to the left of $a_i$ which are not equal to $a_i-1$, $a_i$, or $a_i+1$. Similarly, the number of times we will subtract $a_i$ from the total is the same as above but for elements on the right instead of left. So a procedure that calculates the first sum will give you the second sum when used on the reversed array. The procedure can be implemented using a map as counter. Here is my solution: code. answered 13 Dec '17, 04:18 6★meooow ♦ 7.1k●7●18 accept rate: 48% 1 I saw your code on problem C and wondered what you did!! It would be great if you can explain how you did! (13 Dec '17, 10:55) 3 The lucky ones who used python xD (13 Dec '17, 11:05) @abdullah768 I think you can use unsigned long long and have a sign variable to solve it in C++. (13 Dec '17, 11:12) sdssudhu6★ @sdssudhu I suppose it could be done that way but most of us didn't even consider the fact the the value would exceed 10^18 until the announcement popped up. (13 Dec '17, 11:19) (13 Dec '17, 11:44) anno4★ 1 Yes, I also didn't look at the constraints carefully :P Glad I used Python! @dishant_18 for problem C the answer is the maximum number of occurrences of any element. I have just used Python's Counter collection to do the heavy lifting. Not sure why they kept constraints low enough for $\mathcal{O}(n^2)$ solutions o.O (13 Dec '17, 15:52) meooow ♦6★ showing 5 of 6 show all
 2 This problem can simply be solved by keeping the sum of differences between every element which can be calculated in O(n) and then subtracting the differences with a value equal 1 or -1 using a map. But this solution failed due to integer flow in C++. Edit : The integer overflow problem can be solved by using long double instead of long long.Refer to my solution. Sum of differences for all pairs in O(n) My solution answered 13 Dec '17, 12:02 4★gitesh18 33●6 accept rate: 0%
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